Crotalaria rotundifolia; very simple and small member of Fabaceae, yet very beautiful.
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👤︎ u/Strange_Disk9380
📅︎ Mar 01
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Crotalaria cunninghamii, also known as green birdflower or regal birdflower, is a plant of the legume family Fabaceae, named after early 19th century botanist Allan Cunningham. It is native to, and widespread, in inland northern Australia
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📰︎ r/gardening
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👤︎ u/cryptoearningway
📅︎ Jan 13
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This is some kind of Brassica, right? What species is it? Found in Spain, northern mediterranean area. In the images you can see the flowers; the fruits, which kinda look like a legume (and I don't think it is from the fabaceae family, how's that?); and the leaf, which has a rough touch. reddit.com/gallery/kaiai5
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📰︎ r/whatplantisthis
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👤︎ u/Mork978
📅︎ Dec 10 2020
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This is some kind of Brassica, right? What species is it? Found in Spain, northern mediterranean area. In the images you can see the flowers; the fruits, which kinda look like a legume (and I don't think it is from the fabaceae family, how's that?); and the leaf, which has a rough touch. reddit.com/gallery/kai9ax
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👤︎ u/Mork978
📅︎ Dec 10 2020
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This is some kind of Brassica, right? What species is it? Found in Spain, northern mediterranean area. In the images you can see the flowers; the fruits, which kinda look like a legume (and I don't think it is from the fabaceae family, how's that?); and the leaf, which has a rough touch. reddit.com/gallery/kai6hd
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📰︎ r/whatsthisplant
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👤︎ u/Mork978
📅︎ Dec 10 2020
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Successful pollination of the corkscrew vine (Cochliasanthus caracalla, Fabaceae). Note the keel unfurling on the pollinated flowers. Unpollinated flowers just fall off without any visible change. I love the asymmetry and spiralization of the flowers. (4 pictures) reddit.com/gallery/j93d21
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📰︎ r/botany
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👤︎ u/cephastron
📅︎ Oct 11 2020
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This is some kind of Brassica, right? What species is it? Found in Spain, northern mediterranean area. In the images you can see the flowers; the fruits, which kinda look like a legume (and I don't think it is from the fabaceae family, how's that?); and the leaf, which has a rough touch. reddit.com/gallery/kai85q
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📰︎ r/botany
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👤︎ u/Mork978
📅︎ Dec 10 2020
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Fabaceae (legume) pollen as an anthropogenic indicator in eastern North America idp.springer.com/transit?…
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📰︎ r/palaeoecology
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📅︎ Jan 15
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Erythrina crista- galli (scientific name) Fabaceae Cockspur coral tree
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📰︎ r/plants
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📅︎ Oct 29 2020
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Clade: Tracheophytes Clade: Angiosperms Clade: Eudicots Clade: Rosids Order: Fabales Family: Fabaceae Genus: Robinia pseudoacacia; four views, night. reddit.com/gallery/j9jtes
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👤︎ u/YanniRotten
📅︎ Oct 12 2020
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Carao, Cassia grandis. An incredibly nutritious fabaceae from the Nicoya peninsula of Costa Rica. Odorous, sweet tone of chocolate and wood.
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📰︎ r/foraging
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👤︎ u/chataagricultor
📅︎ May 25 2020
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Tree found in southern thailand. Fabaceae family. Thanks for helping with identification.
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📰︎ r/whatsthisplant
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👤︎ u/tru7hhimself
📅︎ Jul 04 2020
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Crotalaria cunninghamii, also known as green birdflower or regal birdflower, is a plant of the legume family Fabaceae. It is native to, and widespread in, inland northern Australia.
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👤︎ u/RTG-rohittugaya
📅︎ Apr 25 2020
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unknown fabaceae plant- more pictures
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📰︎ r/whatsthisplant
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👤︎ u/Ronisnothere234
📅︎ Jul 02 2020
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I am u/moroseFabaceae, and I made that username 1. based on homestuck chat handles and 2. because moroseFabaceae just means "sad bean", morose meaning sad and Fabaceae meaning bean.
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📰︎ r/game
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👤︎ u/moroseFabaceae
📅︎ Apr 06 2020
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Anyone know what this tree is? Dundee OR, has lots of yellow fabaceae like flowers
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📰︎ r/whatsthisplant
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👤︎ u/righttighttight
📅︎ May 11 2020
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Ontario Fabaceae growing between tall grass beside road. Might be a vine, or there's many growing together
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👤︎ u/ClownCrusade
📅︎ Jun 17 2020
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2-3 foot shrub in central Utah, I am confident it's not a native species, and the fabaceae genus is too large without something to help narrow it down. Any ideas?
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👤︎ u/Proteus68
📅︎ May 08 2020
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Looks like Fabaceae, maybe faboideae. Pinnate leaves and tendrils. North Texas
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👤︎ u/Zamek_
📅︎ Mar 25 2020
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Peltogyne, commonly known as purpleheart, amendoim or amaranth, is a genus of 23 species of flowering plants in the family Fabaceae. The wood is extremely dense and water-resistant: its purple colors tends to change to chocolate-purple when exposed to UV
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👤︎ u/Mass1m01973
📅︎ Feb 18 2019
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North Central TX. 1-2 seed per pod, seed having distinct hilum indicating likely a Fabaceae member. No flowers present.
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📰︎ r/whatsthisplant
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👤︎ u/atozbotanicals
📅︎ Jul 26 2019
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Does anyone know what species of Fabaceae this is?
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👤︎ u/barracudabear22
📅︎ Jun 22 2019
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Anyone know this plant from the fabaceae family? Grows in Egypt, although cultivated so possibly not native
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📰︎ r/whatsthisplant
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📅︎ Jan 09 2020
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Name: Flame of Forest, Bastard teak, Bengal kino tree, Parrot Tree, Scientific Name: Butea monosperma, Family: Fabaceae (2560x1920)
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📰︎ r/BotanicalPorn
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👤︎ u/insightscoffee
📅︎ Sep 19 2019
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Central Virginia - perennial from Fabaceae family?
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👤︎ u/WEGCjake
📅︎ Jun 18 2018
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🔥 Purple Bauhinia, Half-sister of the Hong Kong Orchid. Pantropical tree belonging to the Fabaceae family.
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👤︎ u/harigts
📅︎ Jan 13 2020
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Virginia, USA. I'm guessing Fabaceae?
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👤︎ u/rhizopogon
📅︎ Sep 08 2019
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TIL A bean is a seed of one of several genera of the flowering plant family Fabaceae, which are used for human or animal food. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fab…
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📰︎ r/todayilearned
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👤︎ u/PublicDomain3
📅︎ Jun 24 2019
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What's this Fabaceae seed pod? It's probably from the Caribbean or maybe from Venezuela.
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👤︎ u/ViktorErikJensen
📅︎ Mar 08 2019
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It is from a tree in fabaceae. It's leaves like bean leaves, not like acasia. Please help.
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📰︎ r/whatsthisplant
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👤︎ u/bobby_olsen
📅︎ Feb 15 2019
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